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JEWELLCOUNTYRECORDMANKATO KANSAS APRIL Mrs. Lovona Bartley of the Vacation School teachers met the home of Mrs. Floyd director, Monday to choose materials. Church School will held at the Ionia church 31 to June 4 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. from here attend- Senior Class Play at Tuesday evening. Mr: and Mrs. Roy Van [rs. Sybil Finch, Nel- Beeler and Earl Finch supper guests a week of Mr. and Jim Finch and Janie. and Mrs. Ed Weiden- plan to move soon to: new home in" Ionia they recently pur- Their sale is to be April 27. ~Irs. Nellie Ault and Mrs. were Thursday guests of Mrs. Rich- i Diers of Concordia. and Mrs Kenneth of Mankato, Mr. and . Austin Neifert of Glen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy attended the fun- for their aunt, Elizabeth Thegley, at a week ago Sunday. had observed birthday a few ago. Rose, Linden Sam- Harold Totten, Garrett and Glenn Bartley g those attending and meeting at Tuesday even- Sponsored by Bailey- Supersweet dealer was held at the annex on Thursday concerning a "Teen for Ionia. The first will be May 6 from Pro 10:00 p.m. at the H aters building. The ~se pf the meeting is to L Up for membership and a Teen Council. The 1 Council will set up the and by-laws of the ,erter. Ages for this are students of 7 and 8 and high le Teen Center will associate members sign up at a later m will include 4, 5 and 6 (depend- ings every other Friday. If you want your child to be- come a member, you must be able to sponsor a meet- ing when your turn comes. Sponsors will be announced i at a later date. Membership i dues are $1.00 for active I members and 50 for asso- ciate members for a six months period. Money is to be used to buy ping pong :supplies and such as needed. through very swiftly. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose spent the weekend in Omaha with their son, Jerry, and at- tended the Ice Follies there Saturday night. Enroute home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bell of Aurora, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Comp- ton were Sunday afternoon callers of Ed Fedde and Mrs. i Emma Brinkworth. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sim- Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz melink and Scott spent Sun- and Sherri were Salina visit- day evening at the Dan De- ors Friday evening and were Bey home. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk. Julie Benoit spent Satur- day with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stites. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simmelink, Mr. and Mrs. Don Simmelink and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henning- sen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simmelink and family were guests a week ago Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Menhusen of Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sim- melink attended the funeral services of Peter Reinert at Tipton, Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley and Gall attended the Donkey Ball Game sponsor- ed by the Lebanon FFA Sat- urday evening. Nell Man- chester is a member of the FFA there and also rode in the Donkey Basketball Game. Mr. and Mrs. John Ahl- vers visited Sunday after- noon with his sister, Mrs. Hannah Darling, at the Good Samaritan Home in Super- ior. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Patee and girls of Wichita spent the weekend at the Ceci Hillman home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hen. ningsen, Cindy and Clay, spent the weekend in Salina visiting at the Harold Men- husen and Edwin Simmelink Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri and Mr. and Mrs. Art Rooker enjoyed Sunday dinner at a cafe in Glen Elder and then visited at the Lynn Dietz home in Clay Center. Ward Ozmun of Mankato, a former resident of the Dentonia area, passed away Thursday evening. His fun- eral was Sunday afternoon at Mankato. We always en- joyed visiting with Ward and extend our sympathy to his wife, Ruth, and sons Stanley and family and Keith and family. His friend- ly smile and cheery disposi- tion will be missed by his many friends. He also is sur- vived by a sister, Mrs. Hope Welch. The second Jewell County Immunization Program is scheduled for May 4 at Man- kato and May 5 at Jcwell. The Music Department of the Ionia schools, directed by Mrs. Dorothy Stetler, will have their Spring Concert on Friday evening, April 29. Vocal and instrumental numbers and an operetta will be given. Mrs. Rolla Dietz received word Sunday evening that her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dietz, had been in an auto accident last Thursday. Their car was badly damaged and Mrs. homes and attending the Ap- Dietz was hospitalized. She !was expected to be released paloosa and Quarter Horse today (Monday). Shows. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Today is a beautiful warm Burger and Charlotte were spring day but we had hard Sunday afternoon visitors of freezes in this area last the Clifford Houghtons of week. It is thought that Tipton. damage was done to the Mr. and Mrs. Art Rooker fruit trees and alfalfa. received a telephone call Tim Rose will be a Mon- early Sunday morning (5:00 day overnight guest of Mr. a.m.) from their son, Rodger, and Mrs. Adam Rose. of the U. S. Navy, stationed Nell Manchester was a in Japan. It was 8:00 p.m. Saturday overnight and Sun- Sunday there. He was well day guest of Gall Bartley. who had planned to present the awards which unfortun- ately did not arrive in time and will be given at a later date. Gifts from the basket- ball team and from the pat- rons were presented tO Mr. Diamond in appreciation of the fine work he did with the team during the past basketball season. Everyone was happy to have our reg- ular teacher, Miss Viola Mayhew, present and to know she hopes to be able to conduct the school this coming school year. We con- sider ourselves fortunate to get Mrs. Ella Page as a sub- stitute to finish this year's term during Miss Mayhew's illness with a broken hip. Short on news this week, we are offering this poem in lovins~ memory of our moth- er mad all the other pioneer mothers of White Rock Val- ley, in observance of Moth- er's Day, May 8. We are l leaving Apr. 28 for an ex- tended visit to the west I coast and will try from time to time to let you hear from LIS. MY MOTHER Oh, had I the gift of "an artist, With skill in my brush to paint, I would place for you, on canvas, The face of a beautiful saint. A face filled with compas- sion Salnia. Our sympathy goes to the family. Mr. Peter Reinert, father of Joe and Bennie Reinert & Bertha Adams, passed away worth the same parents, who used the rod, cry the loudest now when it's used on their grandchildren. The work on the Odessa Evangelical United Brethren Study Meeting April 20 was the date set by the Women's Society of East Walnut E. H. The East Walnut met Tuesday, April p.m. with Mrs. your grade this and will attend meet- That came from a heart fill-ed with love, With pity, and kindness for others, Prompted by God from above. She came in the days of early youth Westward, to the lonely Kansas plain To make her home, with the one she loved, Through sunshine, storm and pain. Her home was a lowly house of sod, Whose latchstring was al- ways out To those who came in sor- row, In hunger, in paint or doubt. And never a one was turned away From the sod house on the hill, Without receiving fresh comfort, Renewed courage nod good will. early Tuesday morning at the St. Joseph Hospital in Concordia. The services for this fine man were held at it. Tipton Friday a. m. He had Leland and Geneva Bart- been ill for some time. ley went to Lawrence Sa~ur- Odessa H. D. U. met with day to the track meet. Doris Nola Bess Atwood Monday bowled at Salina and I ask- evennig. Mrs. Betty Doughman, the daughter of Ethel Thomas, underwent surgery at Red Cloud Wednesday a. m. and is getting along as well as can be expected. This community was sad- dened when we learned of the passing of Ward Ozmun. Ward was raised in this community and he and Ruth started housekeeping north- east of Dentonia. It goes without saying that Ward was a good man and loved and respected by all who knew him. Never a time that he saw you did he fail to give you a big smile and a hearty "hello". A tribute to the esteem his fellow citizens held for him was shown .by the large crowd which attended his funeral Sunday p. m. He will not: only be missed by his faro-! ily but the whole communi- ity. His friends were in the l old and young alike. I, for one, couldn't believe he was 78 years old. Jeanette Obert spent Sun- day afternoon with Debbie Boller. Frank Reinert of South Dakota was a Saturday s pper guest of Joe Reinerts. Little Mark Eric Bullet was guest of honor at a shower at Lorena Pate's Thursday evening. Muriel Mechsner was co-hostess. Mark received many lovely gifts. Church wasn't completed World Service for the An- but another day will be .nual Study Class. Eight planned very soon to finish members and a guest, Mrs. Margaret Frasier of Jewell, ed for the score and sl~'~ was evasive. She said average. I don't know if that was a two digit or three digit figure. Janice participated in the track meet at Hays, then took the "bus to Salina and spent the night with the family. Congratulations to the Clyde Manchesters on the arrival of a new baby glrl last Sunday. She ha~ 5 sis- ters and one brother to wel- come her. Congratulations to Sharon Loomis on winning the Miss North Central Kansas Scholarship Pageant. Sunday dinner gucF.:~ of Ed Ctarks were E :~ Dv~ Callaway, Guy Rogc:'a and girl friend of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kel- ler and Marian Atwood went to the "Triple I" show at Great Bend Saturday. Mrs. Bob Kindler and girls returned with them for a few days visit. Mrs. Ethel Thomas and Jack visited Betty Dough- man Sunday at the Red Cloud Hospital. MANIC4 TO LIVESTOCK COMM. CO. REPORT Wa are still getting good runs of stock for this time of year. Fat Hogs are selling for a lot less than at the high time, but they are still mak- ing some money with grain Bob Boller, Jerry Thump- at the price it is. Our Fat son, Marvin Wagner and Hogs topped at $21.50. Wilbur Obert attended a Packing Sows sold to $17.80. district NFO meeting at Be-I The Fat Calves are work- loit Wednesday evening, ling lower, along with the Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- liams of Norton introduced themselves to me Sunday. Mrs. Williams said she kept up on the activities of this area through my notes and to keep writing They came to the Ozmun funeral. Congratulations to Lois Bartley on her achievement ;fleshy feeder, and this is the time of year when the calves with horns are selling for less money. We had a real good mark- et on our cattle last week. We sold 27 Whiteface Steers weighing 411 lbs. for $33.00, with Heifer mates selling for $27.50. These good c~.lves came from Walt & 'John Dil- lons west of Northb: nch. 19 Whiteface Steers w.:ih;- ing 460 lbs. sold for $32.00, and 12 Whiteface Steers weighing 368 lbs. sold for and likes his duties and bud- The boys enjoyed horseback Her home was blessed with of grades at Hays College. dies. His call was put riding on Sunday children, ten, Lois was a 1964 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hen- lAnd she welcomed each tiny Esbon and is doing a fine job ningsen and family report[ tot, at Hays. Keep it up Lois. two filly colts at their homelAnd when the Grim Reaper Senator Dirksen has pro- the past week. ~ took five of them. posed an amendment per- Regarding the item in last She grieved, but never for- mitting voluntary participa-~ week's paper about the Biblegot, tion in prayer in our public Class meeting at the annex $33 00. These good calves belonged to Gene Shamburg -Mrs. Harold Totten also assisted in the baking of the cakes. Mrs. Doyle Remus, Anita were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaRue were pres- ent during the noon hour. The book chosen for 1966 was "Renewal Through Mis- sion" by Calvin H. Reber, Jr. The President of the Society, Mrs. Bess Kramer, began the morning period with a review of the "Fore- word" and the' first chapter, "The Way Of Renewal". "Renewed By Witnessing" was the title of Mrs. Virlea Peterson's portion of the book. She stressed the im- portance of the renewing message and told about the consequences of renewal When Mrs. Peterson had finished, the meeting was adjourned for dinner. After Mrs. Ruth Colson had said Grace, every one enjoyed the appetizing foods that had been brought. Following the washing and drying of the dishes, the afternoon session started with Mrs. Ruth Colson giv- ing a summary of the third chapter m the book, "Re- newal Through Mission", written by Calvin H. Reber, Jr. This was entitled "Re- newed By Listening". Mrs. Colson emphasized the ur- gency of listening and Iisted hindrances as well as meth- ods. She also mentioned how we are renewed by listen- ing. Since Mrs. Ruth Ozmun was unable to be with the ladies, Mrs. Bess Kramer summarized the fourth chap- ter, "Renewed By Action". Mrs. Jean Life completed the day's study with information gained from the final chap- ter, "Renewed By Vision". While paying attention to the various speakers, the others had been busy with their needles and much quilting was accomplished. All departed feeling that the day had been well spent. Steven Blair of Blooming- ton, Ind has accepted a position on the faculty of South Carolina University, at Columbia, beginning next September. He will teach Anatomy and Kinesiology and Physiology 6f Exercise. Steven graduated from Kansas Wesleyan in 1962. He was assistant coach a! KWU in the school year ol 1962-63. He will receive hi~ Ph. D, in Physical Educa~ tion this summer at Indiana University. Steve's wife, Jane, a Phys- ical Education teacher, will teach at one of the schools as hostess and Buckley as call was answered members on "Why Being A Farmer's The lesson on "C of Leisure Time" by Mrs. Lowell and was very Five members of attended the the Armory Mankato, March 27. were: Mrs. Mike Mrs. Everett Wendell Barnett, mit Jeffery and Mrs, Winslow. Close to tended the Tea. members, Mrs. well, Mrs. Wendell and Mrs. Vaden attended the Rural makers Rece Hastings on 19. The District onomics Day is Beloit. We have a ject to raise a cake walk at ing. We each put in and one name is one who receives then bakes one for meeting. Our next has been May 3 to May II meeting we will a the corner by sons at 1:45 and go Oak where Art will take us tique Shop. Then to Zetta's Cafe for ing. The hostess hostess served freshments. --Mrs. Earl D. Junior Library Club Junior Library April 14 with Mrs. Leece. There were bers, 13 children guests present. The were Mrs. Junior Le Mrs. Stanley Van Roll call was a spring cleaning hint. After the meeting, Mrs. Cla~ by had charge of the The hostess served cious lunch and c journed to meet in Vesta Leece. ---Vesta Nesha Lelgh Ann Brummer Mr: and Mrs. I. Cawker City, birth of a 7 lb. daughter~orn ril 18 at the morial Hospital. Leigh Ann has two 2 brothers to Her CHEVROLET DEALER'S ,v OLDS 88 Holiday, P. S P. 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Ton V-8, 4 speed. ton Heavy Duty, V-8; 4 speed. 13'6" Knaphelde Box and Rack 1 ton Duals 10' Box, Rack and 2-ton box hoist, 2 speed OTHER TRUCKS AND PICKUPS and Loren, were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rice of Beloit visited Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Colson. Home Towner When all up and down theask them to support this bitl ing 700 lbs. for $25.50. We White Rock Valley if we really believe in God. sold 26 Mixed Steers weigh- The scourge of Black Dip-With so many bills in the ing just under 800 Ibs. for theria raged, supreme court rendering $25 35. A set of Whiteface She laid three of her own in support to atheistic & com- Heifers weighing 500 lbs. the silent tomb--- munistic views, let's all take sold for $25.20 A set of Then with others, a battle a down to earth Godly stand Whiteface Heifers weighing waged, so God can bless America 600 lbs. sold for $25.00. all of the skill of a for what we stand for, not Cows sold mostly from pioneer nurse what we wish for. H6.00 to a $19.30 top. And the meager help at their Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur Obert Larger consignors were: Sunday evening, Apr. 24-- command, made a trip to Osborne Nint Smith; Bernard Blair; The end of a beautiful day. They overcame this fatal Wednesday to get feed and Delbert Lewis; Walter Hol- We',spent the day with two cause our truck. The truck broke !oway; Forrest Howard; Ar- families of our children, one Of death on every hand. down a week ago Monday & thur Cockroft; Keith Terrill; a lovely dinner at the Ivan No day too long, no night after the mechanic got it Gene Shamburg; Walt DiP Warren home honoring the too dark fixed and we paid the bill Ion; Bruce Howland; Wayne birthday of Mrs. Linda War- For her to answer the call my husband didn't know Morrell; Elmer Thronson; A. ren and the latter part of the of pain, whether to leave me to work B. Stensaas; Chas. Andrews; day at the Quentin Leece As into the homes in the out the bill as you know the Clifford Campfield; Wayne home. Church and Sunday valley truck was my valentine. The Havice; Tom Miles. School in the morning where She went, again and again, truck now has another name l We have the buyers if you we heard one of the finest The touch of her hand on a not printable, farmers will furnish the l sermons by our minister, fevered brow, Orpha Marr, Lorena Pate, cattle See us if you are Rev. Richard Near, and an Her smile, and a word of Tom and Agnes Callaway & thinking of selling. Remem- interesting Sunday School cheer, Wilbur and Ruth Obert were bet, we are never satisfied lesson led by an excellent Brought hope to many a Sunday p. m. callers of Don until you are. See you in the teacher, Madeline Marr. If restless life Whelchels. auction Friday. all of us were as conscien- And stifled many a fear. Teresa and Beth Kindler VAIL McCLINTOCK tious in preparing our les- And now on this beautiful were Sunday visitors at Simpson, Kans. sons as Mrs. Marr is, we Mother's Day, Odessa. They are visiting BOB ISAAC would have them still more We pause to honor your their grandparents, the Mankato, Kans. interesting, name, Henry Kellers. We were The cold wave gave a de- "Little Mercy Angel of happy to have Esther Carper West Walnut E. H. U. cided set-back to fruit trees,White Rock Valley", as a visitor, also Mike But- ----- flowers and garden planting Which meant more to you ler, the little grandson of Mrs. Nathan Winslow was as well as delaying corn than fame. Henry Ketlers. hostess to West Walnut E. planting. Still no moisture. Not only to you, our Mother, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marl- Pastures not greening too but to all Mothers hugh visited their son, Rob- H. U. on Wednesday, April Twelve members were rapidly on account of dry Our loving homage we pay, ert, at Kansas City Wednes- present Mrs. Roy Headley weather and lack of rain. May God's peace and love day and Thursday. They reported nine members at- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Van you sought for all, stopped and shopped in To- tended the Spring Tea. Mrs. Sunday to have dinner with their daughter, Mrs. Don Rogers, Mr. Rqgers and fam- ily. The Athletic Banquet was held at the school auditor- ium on Friday evening, Apr. 22. A nice crowd enjoyed the CO banquet and program which ,p followed. Qtaentin Leece was i Meter drove to Superior on Grow greater, day by day. --Written in memory of her mother, Mary Doxon, on Mother's Day, May, 1948, by Katherine (Doxon) Warren. ,m peka on their return trip. Virgil Warner gave the les-l Mr. and Mrs. Sam Obert son on "Creative Use of called at Wilbur Oberts Leisure Time", the last of Saturday p.m. the series on Family Life. Mrs. Lloyd Mar/hugh is She was assisted by Mrs. working at Downs at Shir- Lawrence Jones, who di,s- ley, s Style Shop. cussed handcraft; Edith Fol- I enjoyed John P. Harris in ger, cultural arts; and Mrs. the Saturday Salina Journal. Sheridan Self, citizenship. Spare the rod and spoil the Mrs. Warner talked on fam- child. The part that says I ily fun. Roll call followed the still hold a boy never fully as each a in Columbia. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair of Formoso. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Has- kell, Jim and Janet of Fair- bury, Nebr. came Saturday afternoon and were supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Leo Parsons. and Mrs. Joseph mer, Tipton and Mrs. Joe ker City. The great mother is Mrs, Boden, Osborne. Mr. & Mrs. and Kelli of here from until Sunday ing relatives. O ~'HISPER ONE YOU'RE SPO TWO YOU'RE it happens just at the change of your $hoes. The two little lab flats here one is flirtive! Switcheroo to two and you're quietly/ Yau aeedn't swkch your outfit just your / m change your Personality and